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Motorola VerveOnes+ M.E. True Wireless in-Ear Headphone with Microphone
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- Up to 8hrs Playtime with Charging Case
- Sweat and Water Resistant
- Built in Microphone
- Siri, Google Now, Alexa Compatible. 33 feet of Bluetooth range
- TrueSync enhanced for gapless audio
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Motorola VerveOnes+ ME are a pair of in-ear earbuds that are sweat and water resistant , giving you the a true wireless music experience. Use the VerveOnes+ Me while at the gym or on your commute, and with the TrueSync enhancemeny you will benefit from a consistent listening experience.
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And now, unfortunately, just over a week after developing the charge holding (or lack thereof) issue in the left bud, the bud wont charge at all now - I dock it, it flashes red for a bit, but then wont turn on - so its basically dead.
As before - if youre a heavy user of earphones, may be worth buying for the great sound, comfort and functionality as you'll be able to return them if this issue develops in yours, and hopefully its just an issue with my pair and not a manufacturing fault; but for me these are now completely useless. And to be honest for how I use them I wouldnt pay £135 for a new pair when "good enough" ones can be bought for £100 less.
Ive begrudgingly had to drop my initial rating of these buds (which Ive left the waffle of on below in case my issue is a one off); for the simple reason that the left bud has developed a fault after just over 6 weeks, where it no longer holds a charge. When docked in the cradle, it lights up with the charging light, but after less than 5 minutes of play I get a "low battery" warning notification, then another 3 or so minutes later it shuts down. The right bud still works flawlessly, Ive not dropped or got them wet, or in any way damaged or mishandled the left one (or the cradle) - so Im not sure what this is caused by other than a poor connection inside. Ive even tried charging the left bud in the right dock socket - the issue still remains, while the right bud charges in either socket, and keeps a normal charge no problem.
Its a massive shame, as these WERE fantastic, but due to them now being unusable for listening to music properly, Ive had to go back to my simple wired ones.
Ive changed my rating as I dont know if this is a common flaw, and I think its only fair to put this update in case it is - and while it might seem odd that I would in fact still recommend them, I do so because I think if youre a heavy user these are really great phones, and if you bought these (my pair were a free test product) you would be able to return/ exchange them IF the same issue happened with yours - they are otherwise a great pair of buds.
These are a great looking pair of buds, housed in a quirky but robust charging/ storage cradle, and give probably the best sound, sound versatility and connectivity Ive experienced in ear buds.
At ~£135 at the time I received them, I had these pegged very much as a premium product compared to other buds Ive used in the past varying from £30 to £80.
As a benchmark; my £30 ones were basic as you could get, had occasional connection drop, but sound was rich and vibrant. My £80 ones were terrible compared to the £30 pair, had constant connection drop with only "acceptable" sound - but did have top notch design features and some great functionality. These Motorola ones though smash the others out of the park.
The buds give you pretty much full control of your music without having to use your device at all after turning them on. The most frustrating thing about my first, budget pair was that any time you wanted to pause or skip a track, or change the volume, you had to do it on the phone – because the only onboard tool they had was an on/off function. With these buds, you control sound just from a series of Morse code like clicks - which is not as tricky as that sounds - basically a single tap pauses and plays tracks, and depending on which bud you tap, a double tap changes volume up or down while a long tap skips tracks back or forth.
The carry case, which as you’d expect acts as charger as well as storage, is well designed and robust, securely holds the buds while not in use, and has a clever swing-trap closure to keep your buds safe and clean. There are subtle LEDs on both the case and buds that light up during storage and charging, though there doesn’t seem to be a clear indication what each pattern/ colour actually means - and I couldn’t find this in the booklet (which is only a quick start guide) or the app you can download (and you should download it - more on the app in a sec, but top line; its basic, but lets you change the sound profile to suit the music or your preference, and this makes a MASSIVE difference to the default setting which I originally thought was a bit poor!)
Charging is reasonably fast – I think I've gone from a completely flat charger base to full in around 4 or 5 hours – and they hold a charge for a decent length of time (running continually they lasted I think about 2 and a half hours – so enough to watch a film on a train journey for instance). The case itself then holds an additional charge which is enough juice between base charges to boost your buds from flat to full at least three times. So on one dock charge you SHOULD get around 7-8 hours use.
Connecting to your phone is quick and completely problem free, and after initial connection, reliably stays connected 95% of the time (unlike for instance the £80 pair I had that lost connection every time I used them!) I found they only cut when either I moved them too far from my phone, or when walking past a junction box which was a bit weird, but not something I regularly do! Otherwise I've been able to listen to continual music uninterrupted for walks to and from work, a bus ride into town and listening to music at my desk. And I honestly cant express enough how much of a plus this is compared to the irritating constant drop of previous ones!
The pack comes with the typical 3 sized bud caps you'd expect, which means you can get a fit that suits you - and in ear, they don’t get hot or feel awkward. The fit is secure without feeling bulky or heavy, staying put whether walking or running. I personally found them very comfortable for about 30 minutes wear; and tolerable up to an hour. Longer than that I felt like I wanted to take them out, but this isn't really any different to any other in-ear phones I've used before.
Sound is great, considering they're Bluetooth (I've found for optimum sound you cant get better than wired, but for wireless, the sound on these is awesome). I feel its important to say though that before downloading the app, I was actually really disappointed with the sound. It was sharp and shallow, and very tinny. Once you have the app though you can change the equalizer profile for a number of pre-set profiles which make a massive, massive difference to the clarity and quality. Its a shame you cant create a personalised one, but the pre-sets do offer a noticeable sound change and big enhancement to a number of different music styles.
The app in general is fairly basic, in a good way, but other than being able to switch the equalizer profile, and visually check battery level of each bud, I'm not sure what its for. For instance, the only other “focus feature” on it, which could either be completely pointless or really useful, is that you can recall the location you last had your buds paired with your device. Now this I guess could be handy if you realise they're missing, as the map-pin will show fairly accurately where you last used them… but that doesn’t tell you where they ARE – ie you may have turned them off at work, which the map will indicate as being the last connected time… but if you dropped them on your way home it wouldn’t show their location… so I don’t really get it.
Anyway, weird app functions aside, these are fantastic buds – pricey – but compared to others I've used of lower prices the performance difference is really there – so while I would maybe have been hesitant in paying out initially, now I've used them I can totally see the value.
First off design and style is great and the earbuds initially feel comfortable. However then the initial start up speech is really awful. Like somebody trying to communicate on a WW2 walkie talkie. There is a constant hissing noise when no sound is playing that fades into the background between tracks, however pausing brings it back.
Comfort is not good. This is one of those earbuds that makes your ears ache after a prolonged period of use. It should be fine during a short gym workout, but wearing for a couple of hours would be unbearable. I think this is related to the hissing sound as other bluetooth headsets I've used with the same issue result in the same headaches/earaches.The fit giving the awkward shape is acceptable
Music actually sounds decent on the unit. Good clarity and volume. Controls are on the earbuds themselves. The right bud is the main, whilst the left still allows for functionality including pausing. When calls come in, they only play in the right earbud. The left earbud occasionally stops then resumes playing music
Item came charged and the voice (terrible quality voice) helpfully reminds you how many hours of playback there are left. This is much nicer than a typically % number.
However there are probably too many compromises for an earbud at this price. Binatone are know for their headsets and are trying to get in the music game. This first attempt is fair, build quality is good and sound is okay. But too full of compromises when there are many competitors at these price points
UPDATE - After a couple of days testing some things to add. If you have an iPhone and Apple watch, do not pair with both. This causes cross-interference and the sound cuts in and out when paired with Apple Watch with your iPhone in proximity. The comfort is much improved when changing to the smaller ear buds. Pairing can be a little bit of a pain. Unlike headphones with the W1 chip pairing is very old school. The earbuds must be individually turned on and pairing must be done old school by going into your Bluetooth device settings. It would be great if both earbuds turned on when in range of each other. Other than that, pretty happy with the sound and the charging case is amazing. What a great concept. Adding a star because the sound is excellent after 5 hours or so of extended listening
nutshell it was a positive experience. The technology to produce them is amazing.
As outlined on the web page, straight out of the package there are the ear buds plus six different
sized covers , two of which are already attached. The charging device which the ear buds neatly
fit into is, it must be said a great concept. There is an integral cover which you simply twist keeping
the ear buds safe and secure. It comes with a USB attachment for charging.
Initial charging took almost three hours and subsequently possibly a bit more when the charging unit
and earbuds were completely discharged.
In operation, it worked very well. Firstly and obviously you have to link it up via the Bluetooth settings
on your phone or tablet in my case and iPad . It connected without issue.
In terms of sound and to maximise it you must download the app from the App Store as it makes a
In terms of continuing connectivity it is important to have your device at a reasonably close distance.
The ear buds are differentiated by the R being the master and the L defined as the 'slave.'
I used the ear buds for approximately six hours and the device needed a charge.
In terms of setting of use-I used them on the train , (so relaxing without wires,) and on a walk.
It did not personally suit me to utilise them in the gym but they could easily be used.
I found that whilst the R maintained constant connectivity the L did fade occasionally. That was my only
source of disappointment.
Overall, this is a great piece of kit. The technology as I have stated is very good, the design of the charging device
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